Shake-a Pudd’n

Recipe for disaster.

     Posted By: Paul - Sat Dec 07, 2019
     Category: Accidents | Food | Advertising | Children | 1960s | Dance





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As I recall that stuff was some of the worst "pudding" I ever tasted. Now, "Great Shakes", on the other hand...
Posted by Old Fart #6,170 on 12/07/19 at 06:25 AM
Like so many ideas in the Sixites, this was great on paper but less so in practice.
Posted by Brian on 12/08/19 at 10:05 PM
My father worked in sales for Standard Brands in the '60s; so we had a steady supply of stuff from their companies, including Planters Peanuts, Chase & Sanborn Coffee; and Royal Gelatin and Pudding. (We weren't allowed to call it "Jello"; that was their competitor.) That included Shake-a Pudd'n. I don't remember it being that bad; although I do recall that it improved the texture if you let it set in the refrigerator for a while. As a self-respecting 10 year old male, I did not engage in the Terpsichorean gyrations shown in the commercial.
Posted by FRANK on 12/09/19 at 04:03 PM









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